I’m actually excited about the technology, as Kaspa sets out to solve one of the fundamental problems with POW blockchains, speed. Kaspa's goal, according to their website, is to become a currency to pay for goods and services, which is a rather grand vision. Overall it seems to be a very good improvement on the Bitcoin algorithm, but is speed really enough to gain enough prominence to reach their goal? Will it really be a good alternative to pay for goods and services. This is a really bold goal and I have problems seeing what else they have to offer beyond speed. In order to reach their goal they need to achieve a pretty decent market share. It's certainly not going to be easy and as of yet I don't see the marketing skills required to do so. Show Less

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